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An educational institution (501c3) that serves pianists and teachers through its divisions which include NCKP: The Piano Conference, Piano Magazine, and the New School for Music Study.

Thank you for the wonderful webinars! I have already made a donation to support the organization and encourage others to do the same.

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I enjoyed interacting with other young professional piano teachers. I do not find many opportunities to talk about some of the challenges of our work.

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I so appreciate these webinars! They make me feel current, connected, and progressive in my own teaching. Thank you!

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I’m in my first year of teaching private piano lessons and I found this to be very helpful. Thank you!

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As an aspiring black classical pianist, you have inspired me [through Piano Stories on Stage]. Thank you for that.” – Anonymous

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Contributions of any size are welcome and deeply appreciated. Make a secure contribution to the Frances Clark Center with any credit or debit card. 

If you prefer to send a donation by mail, please make checks payable to The Frances Clark Center for Keyboard Pedagogy and send to:

The Frances Clark Center for Keyboard Pedagogy
P.O.Box 651
Kingston, NJ 08528

Donate to the Elvina Pearce Teacher Education Fund

The Elvina Pearce Teacher Education fund was founded by a generous gift from Elvina Truman Pearce (1931–2022) to support the highest quality resources and programs for piano teaching, learning, and performing.

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The Frances Clark Center celebrates all who contributed to our February 2022 88 Keys in 88 Hours donation campaign! Thank you to all who purchased a virtual key, and to those who purchased a key in honor of teachers or mentors to express appreciation for their impact. Your donation helps us continue providing the highest quality resources and programs for piano teaching, learning, and performing.

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